Golden Grooming Co.’s mission is to help men start the journey to a healthier lifestyle by offering premium natural grooming products for men. We know the journey starts from within, and we’re dedicated to helping black men look good, feel good and do good. Still not convinced? Keep reading...
Whether it’s using mediocre products, failing to get haircuts or visit the dentist regularly – we’ve seen it all. However, the biggest grooming mistake is so easy to make we had to dedicate an entire post to it, in hopes that every man will stop doing it once and for all.
At Golden Grooming Co., we care about what's going on inside your body just as much as we care about the outside. Being healthy is more than just "looking healthy", and we know that physical health is a key factor in overall health.
Growing a full, healthy, beard is especially difficult for black men because it presents a unique set of challenges that other bearded men don’t have to worry about. Between slow growth and a coarse and curly hair texture, black men’s beards can be harder to groom and manage.
Considering how dryness is more visible on black skin, it’s no wonder ashy skin is a popular topic to joke and laugh about. However, ashy skin can be avoided altogether if you make a few small tweaks to your skincare routine.
One of the biggest misconceptions about black skin is that it’s low maintenance. While that may be true for some, melanin-rich skin requires special care and attention. Compared to women, black men tend to have thicker skin due to terminal hair follicles, which help combat wrinkles.
Your face is the first thing someone sees when you walk into a room. Are your skin’s imperfections giving the wrong first impression, or is your clear complexion giving you an extra boost of confidence? Black men need to take extra precautions to protect the outermost surface layer of skin...
Quick question – how much time do you spend on choosing your outfit for the day? What about choosing a barber or your next haircut? How much time do you spend brushing your waves or combing your beard? Now answer this — how much time do you spend taking care of your skin?